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Transport of trucks on ships confined for 9 days during Eid

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State serve for transportation Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury on Wednesday said that transport of trucks and secured vans on the ships would stay suspended for nine days during the forthcoming Eid-ul-Azha.

Nonetheless, development of trucks conveying fundamental products and conciliatory creatures, and the employing of dispatches would proceed as regular during Eid following wellbeing guidelines, he included. 

He was tending to an Eid the executives meeting held at the transportation service gathering room at the Secretariat in Dhaka on Wednesday. 

At the gathering, the state serve said that transport of trucks and secured vans by ships would stay halted five days prior and three days after Eid, said an official statement gave by the service. 

Development of all sand-loaded bulkheads would likewise be confined in a similar period, he said. 

Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury said that there would be no trade off on wellbeing guidelines and, if not dire, he prompted individuals not to go during Eid. 

At the gathering, choices were additionally taken to check over-burdening of vessels, forestall the picking of travelers wrongfully in transit and protect recognizable proof records of the lodge travelers. 

Portable courts will be directed for checking over-burdening and charging of additional tolls, while the risky territories on Shimulia-Kawrakandi course will be set apart in the stream Padma to stay away from mishaps. 

The gathering was joined in, among others, by the service secretary Mezbah Uddin Chowdhury, Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Corporation executive Khaja Mia, Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority administrator commodore Golam Sadeq, Department of Shipping chief general commodore Syed Ariful Islam, River Police appointee auditor general Md Atiqul Islam and pioneers of dispatch proprietors affiliations. 

In the mean time Bangladesh Road Transport Authority administrator Nur Mohammad Majumder disclosed to New Age on Wednesday that they didn't get any guidance from the legislature to force any restriction on open vehicles during Eid.

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